Did you watch the Rally to Restore Sanity? I was feeling slightly under the weather on Saturday, so the Rally gave me a good reason to curl up in front of the TV for three hours guilt-free.

My professional assessment of the rally- it wasn’t perfect, but I did like the main message and purpose. Here are some of Jon Stewart’s opening remarks:

“I can’t control what people think this was. I can only tell you my intentions. This was not a rally to ridicule people of faith, or people of activism, or to look down our noses at the Heartland, or passionate argument, or to suggest that times are not difficult and that we have nothing to fear– they are, and we do. But we live now in hard times, not end times. And we can have animus and not be enemies. But, unfortunately, one of our tools in delineating the two broke. The country’s 24-hour politico-pundit-perpetual-panic-conflictinator did not cause our problems, but its existence makes solving them that much harder.”

And I can tell you that these Top 100 Signs seen at the rally gave me a really good early Wednesday morning laugh. So, I shall share them with you.

And if you are easily offended, I suggest you skip the signs.

Click here to check ’em out.

Happy Hump Day!